By Berkshire Eagle Staff

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech had some seventh inning magic as the Hornets walked off against Sci-Tech on Friday. With the game tied at two in the bottom of the seventh, Caleb Rondeau came to the plate with two on and two outs and delivered a single that scored Keeghan Vidal to secure a 3-2 win for the Hornets (3-2).

“We had a tough second inning,” Hornets coach Ken Recore said. “It was very encouraging to see them step up and have the bats come alive at the end.”

Dalton Tatro gave up two first-inning runs, but settled down and went the distance for the Hornets, striking out 10 batters in the process.

McCann tied the game at two after Jeremy Beany and Tatro crossed the plate in the fifth.

Vidal finished the afternoon 1 for 2 with a run scored and a run batted in.

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Sci-Tech     020     000     0     2     4     0

McCann Tech     000     020     1     —     3     2     1

Pena and Carradero. Dalton Tatro and Andrew Koch. WP — Tatro. LP — Pena.

Pittsfield 3, Taunton 2

TAUNTON — They needed eight innings, but the Generals (4-0) started Friday’s doubleheader with a win over the Tigers.

Hunter Potash went six innings and allowed just one earned run on the mound and cracked a triple at the plate for Pittsfield. Ian Benoit came in and earned the win after giving up just one hit in two innings of work.

Josh Lajoie had a double to help tie the game up for the Tigers.

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Pittsfield     000     200     01     —     3     9     1

Taunton     000     100     10     —     2     6     0

Hunter Potash (6), Ian Benoit (2) and Zack Zerbato. Logan Lawrence (6), Moynihan (1), Justin Rollo (1) and Andrew Gomes. WP — Benoit. LP — Rollo. 2B — T: 1 (Josh Lajoie) 3B — P: 1 (Potash).

Pittsfield 13, Barnstable 2

TAUNTON — The Generals (5-0) made it a clean sweep of the day’s doubleheader as the bats erupted for 13 runs against Barnstable.

“We were a little flat after the long bus ride to start the morning,” coach Seamus Morrison said. ” When we got together between games we knew we would pick it up and were swinging from the start.”

Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash, and Jon Halse had two runs batted in each, while Joe Cracolici had a game-high three runs batted in for the Generals.

Ryan LaPierre was credited with the win after striking out seven in his five innings of work.

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Pittsfield     300     640     0     —     13     12     1

Barnstable     001     010     0     —     2     6     4

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

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Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

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Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

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Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

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McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

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Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

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Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

McCann Tech     000     020     1     —     3     2     1

Pena and Carradero. Dalton Tatro and Andrew Koch. WP — Tatro. LP — Pena.

Pittsfield 3, Taunton 2

TAUNTON — They needed eight innings, but the Generals (4-0) started Friday’s doubleheader with a win over the Tigers.

Hunter Potash went six innings and allowed just one earned run on the mound and cracked a triple at the plate for Pittsfield. Ian Benoit came in and earned the win after giving up just one hit in two innings of work.

Josh Lajoie had a double to help tie the game up for the Tigers.

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Pittsfield     000     200     01     —     3     9     1

Taunton     000     100     10     —     2     6     0

Hunter Potash (6), Ian Benoit (2) and Zack Zerbato. Logan Lawrence (6), Moynihan (1), Justin Rollo (1) and Andrew Gomes. WP — Benoit. LP — Rollo. 2B — T: 1 (Josh Lajoie) 3B — P: 1 (Potash).

Pittsfield 13, Barnstable 2

TAUNTON — The Generals (5-0) made it a clean sweep of the day’s doubleheader as the bats erupted for 13 runs against Barnstable.

“We were a little flat after the long bus ride to start the morning,” coach Seamus Morrison said. ” When we got together between games we knew we would pick it up and were swinging from the start.”

Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash, and Jon Halse had two runs batted in each, while Joe Cracolici had a game-high three runs batted in for the Generals.

Ryan LaPierre was credited with the win after striking out seven in his five innings of work.

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Pittsfield     300     640     0     —     13     12     1

Barnstable     001     010     0     —     2     6     4

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

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Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

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Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

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Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

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McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

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Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

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Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Pena and Carradero. Dalton Tatro and Andrew Koch. WP — Tatro. LP — Pena.

Pittsfield 3, Taunton 2

TAUNTON — They needed eight innings, but the Generals (4-0) started Friday’s doubleheader with a win over the Tigers.

Hunter Potash went six innings and allowed just one earned run on the mound and cracked a triple at the plate for Pittsfield. Ian Benoit came in and earned the win after giving up just one hit in two innings of work.

Josh Lajoie had a double to help tie the game up for the Tigers.

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Pittsfield     000     200     01     —     3     9     1

Taunton     000     100     10     —     2     6     0

Hunter Potash (6), Ian Benoit (2) and Zack Zerbato. Logan Lawrence (6), Moynihan (1), Justin Rollo (1) and Andrew Gomes. WP — Benoit. LP — Rollo. 2B — T: 1 (Josh Lajoie) 3B — P: 1 (Potash).

Pittsfield 13, Barnstable 2

TAUNTON — The Generals (5-0) made it a clean sweep of the day’s doubleheader as the bats erupted for 13 runs against Barnstable.

“We were a little flat after the long bus ride to start the morning,” coach Seamus Morrison said. ” When we got together between games we knew we would pick it up and were swinging from the start.”

Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash, and Jon Halse had two runs batted in each, while Joe Cracolici had a game-high three runs batted in for the Generals.

Ryan LaPierre was credited with the win after striking out seven in his five innings of work.

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Pittsfield     300     640     0     —     13     12     1

Barnstable     001     010     0     —     2     6     4

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

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Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

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Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

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Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

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McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

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Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

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Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Taunton     000     100     10     —     2     6     0

Hunter Potash (6), Ian Benoit (2) and Zack Zerbato. Logan Lawrence (6), Moynihan (1), Justin Rollo (1) and Andrew Gomes. WP — Benoit. LP — Rollo. 2B — T: 1 (Josh Lajoie) 3B — P: 1 (Potash).

Pittsfield 13, Barnstable 2

TAUNTON — The Generals (5-0) made it a clean sweep of the day’s doubleheader as the bats erupted for 13 runs against Barnstable.

“We were a little flat after the long bus ride to start the morning,” coach Seamus Morrison said. ” When we got together between games we knew we would pick it up and were swinging from the start.”

Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash, and Jon Halse had two runs batted in each, while Joe Cracolici had a game-high three runs batted in for the Generals.

Ryan LaPierre was credited with the win after striking out seven in his five innings of work.

———

Pittsfield     300     640     0     —     13     12     1

Barnstable     001     010     0     —     2     6     4

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

———

Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

———

Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Hunter Potash (6), Ian Benoit (2) and Zack Zerbato. Logan Lawrence (6), Moynihan (1), Justin Rollo (1) and Andrew Gomes. WP — Benoit. LP — Rollo. 2B — T: 1 (Josh Lajoie) 3B — P: 1 (Potash).

Pittsfield 13, Barnstable 2

TAUNTON — The Generals (5-0) made it a clean sweep of the day’s doubleheader as the bats erupted for 13 runs against Barnstable.

“We were a little flat after the long bus ride to start the morning,” coach Seamus Morrison said. ” When we got together between games we knew we would pick it up and were swinging from the start.”

Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash, and Jon Halse had two runs batted in each, while Joe Cracolici had a game-high three runs batted in for the Generals.

Ryan LaPierre was credited with the win after striking out seven in his five innings of work.

———

Pittsfield     300     640     0     —     13     12     1

Barnstable     001     010     0     —     2     6     4

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

———

Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

———

Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Barnstable     001     010     0     —     2     6     4

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

———

Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

———

Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Ryan LaPierre (5), Danny Dimassimo (2) and Zack Zerbato. Casey Proto (3+), Cory Wardwell, Matt Turner (1+), Jack Scipione (2) and Ryan Proto. WP — LaPierre. LP — Proto. 2B — P: 2 (Ian Benoit, Hunter Potash) B: 1 (Joe Yalmokas) 3B — B: 1 (Matt Klett).

Hopkins 11, Lee 4

HADLEY — A big third inning launched the Golden Hawks by the Wildcats on Friday.

Jack Feltovic pitched seven innings for Hopkins and struck out five, earning the win for his efforts.

Braeden Tudryn had a two-run double for the Golden Hawks while Dom Bartini knocked in two runs for Lee (2-3) in the fourth inning on a double of his own.

Declan Drozd and Dylan Ely each scored runs for Lee.

———

Lee     000     210     1     —     4     6     4

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

———

Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Hopkins     106     202     x     —     11     13     2

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

———

Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Andrew Ruef (4), Mike Naventi (2) and Cole Redstone. Jack Feltovic and Scott Higgins. WP — Feltovic. LP — Ruef. 2B — L: 1 (Dom Bartini) H: 1 (Tudryn).

Wahconah 2, Mohawk 0

DALTON — The bats may have been dormant for most of the afternoon, however, the Warriors did enough to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Jake Gai and Zak Bernardo crossed the plate and Chad Howes had an RBI single in the first inning to give Wahconah (4-1) a 2-0 lead.

Kyle Lee took it from there, pitching a seven-hit shutout while striking out six in his seven innings of work.

———

Mohawk     000     000     0     —     0     7     1

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Wahconah     200     000     x     —     2     1     2

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Jackson Hicks and Cam Lococo. Kyle Lee and Joe Woronick. WP — Lee. LP — Hicks.

Softball

Mount Greylock 12, Monson 0

MONSON — The Mounties jumped on Monson for five runs in the first inning and never looked back.

“It’s nice when you can get five quick ones,” coach June Blake said. “[Lily Lesieur] was great on the mound for us.”

Lesieur no-hit Monson through five innings before the game was called via the mercy rule. The sophomore had 12 strike outs and walked two batters.

Brodi Rosier went 2 for 3 with a run batted in while Sam Trybus and Jordyn Codding each knocked in two runs for the Mounties (2-2).

———

Mount Greylock     500     07     —     12     9     0

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Monson      000     00     —     0     0     3

Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

———

McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

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Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

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Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. Caitlyn Merrigan (1), Isabel Bailey (4) and Julia Martinson. WP — Lesieur. LP — Merrigan.

McCann Tech 6, Smith Academy 4

HATFIELD — The Hornets remain undefeated with the help of Hannah Stack, Ayrian Quinones, and Hailey Miller at the plate.

Stack set the tone with a triple to kick-off the first inning and Quinones, who had two runs batted in, knocked her in with a sacrifice.

Miller had a triple and knocked in a run while junior Mya Daigneault added a double for the Hornets (4-0).

Meg Goyette had another strong day in the circle for McCann by striking out eight batters in her seven innings of work.

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McCann Tech     114     000     0     —     6     7     0

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

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Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Smith Academy     200     110     0     —     4     5     0

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

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Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. Bailey McCoy and Karlie Guimond. WP — Goyette. LP — McCoy. 2B — MT: 1 (Mya Daigneault), SA: 1 (Keene Jeffress). 3B — MT: 2 (Hannah Stack, Hailey Miller). HR — SA: 1 (Erin Gilrein).

Taunton 2, Pittsfield 1

TAUNTON — The Generals dropped a tightly contested match with the 2018 Massachusetts D-1 state champion Taunton Tigers.

Tess Lyon allowed eight hits in the circle for Pittsfield (2-2), however, left eight Taunton runners stranded on base.

Payton Ceglarski knocked in two first inning runs for Taunton and Kelsey White did the rest in the circle, allowing just one run to score for the Generals.

Natasha Shade finished the afternoon with two hits and knocked in Brooke Cowlin for Pittsfield in the third inning.

———

Pittsfield     001     000     0     —     1     5     2

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Taunton     200     000     x     —     2     8     1

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Tess Lyon and Szofia Lewis. Kelsey White and N/A. WP — White. LP — Lyon. 2B — T: 1 (Paige Silvia).

Girls Lacrosse

Wahconah 12, West Springfield 10

WEST SPRINGFIELD — Jilly Cote had five goals to lift the Warriors (3-1-1) over West Springfield.

Hannah Bowlby ended the afternoon with two goals and an assist while Grace Calvert scored and added two assists.

“It was an amazing team effort,” coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. “It was so nice to see everyone work hard on both sides of the ball.”

Sydney Smith had 12 saves in net for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     4     8     —     12

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

West Springfield     4     6     —     10

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Goals — W (Jilly Cote 5, Hannah Bowlby 2, Grace Calvert, Emily Rueger, Emma Adams, Chloe Accardi, Caite Ronayne) WS (Jackie Koziol 3, Elise Paier 3, Marina Callahan 2, Bianca DiBenedetto, Kylie Chaput).

Assists — W (Calvert 2, Adams, Accardi, Bowlby, Ronayne) WS (Koziol 2, Paier 2, LaValley 2, Adrienne Calentini).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 12) WS (Emma Bowler 9).

Thursday’s scores

Lenox baseball 19, Lee 0

LEE — The Millionaires (1-1) picked up their first win of the season after an eight-run sixth inning ended the game via the Mercy rule against the Wildcats.

“We took a big step in our second game of the season,” Lenox coach Kevin Downer said. “The kids were more focused and locked in on Thursday.”

Jett Steinman pitched four scoreless inning and struck out six while going 2 for 3 with two runs batted in at the plate.

Ricky Armstrong went 3-3 with three runs batted in while John Fielding also had a big day, going 3 for 6 with three runs batted in.

Luke Patella added to the hit parade with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.

———

Lenox     107     128     —     19     17     1

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

———

Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Lee     000     000     —     0     2     1

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Jett Steinman (4), Nic Nicotra (2) and Cooper Shepardson. Lucas Bombardier (2), Declan Drozd (1), Garrett Hopkins (3) and Cole Redstone. WP — Steinman. LP — Bombardier. 2B — Len: 1 (Ruef) Lee: 2 (John Fielding, Ricky Armstrong).

Wednesday’s scores

Wahconah girls lacrosse 13, Central Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD — Sydney Smith and Kelcey Lee combined to pitch a shutout in net for the Warriors against Central.

Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby and Catie Ronayne all had three points on the afternoon.

Claire Naef, Autumn McAdoo, Ronayne, and Grace Calvert had two goals each for the Warriors.

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Wahconah     10     3     —     13

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Central Springfield     0     0     —     0

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

Goals — W (Claire Naef 2, Autumn McAdoo 2. Catie Ronayne 2, Grace Calvert 2, Chloe Accardi, Emily Rueger, Hannah Bowlby, Jilly Cote, Gabby Frydel).

Assists — W ( Rueger 2, Bowlby 2, Frydel. Ronayne).

Saves — W (Sydney Smith 3, Kelcey Lee 2).

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